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We have a historical table containing what items we previous packed into different boxes. I'd like to draw on that historical data to extrapolate what box to use when packing the same items/qty again.


Data might look like this

boxA, 3, widget1
boxA, 1, widget2
boxA, 1, widget3
boxB, 1, widget2
boxB, 1, widget3

And so forth. This means that "boxA" can hold 3 of widget1 and 1 each of widget2 and widget3

I would like to query the table to so what box type to use when I have 1 of widget2 and 1 of widget3 (i.e. find "boxB"). In other words, find a "matching" box type for my current two rows.
1 widget2
1 widget3

Is this even possible with SQL?

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